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25/09/21

On Friday, Reception celebrated their class teddies 5th Birthdays (Marvin the Monkey and Denzel the Dog) with a PARTY! 🥳They decorated yummy biscuits, played parachute games on the field and had lots of fun together! Hip hip hoorah! 🎈 https://t.co/2Na9rsf0pY

23/09/21

Earlier this week, year 4 had a Freshwater Theatre workshop about volcanoes and earthquakes. They enjoyed learning survival skills and how earthquakes are caused 🌋 https://t.co/wJ9nrTuwLM

23/09/21

Year 6 have had a Victorian Schooling workshop this morning. They were taught by Mr Wilberforce and experienced what it was like in a Victorian classroom. https://t.co/nHS7eh4qzT

22/09/21

Our secondary admissions information meeting was well attended by 25 parents this evening. We will be holding an additional meeting next week - see Friday's newsletter for details. https://t.co/hruOC3643B

22/09/21

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: How does the weather make you feel? Join in with the new Art Room Project which supports children to understand and express their feelings through the theme of weather. Maybe you can create some artwork to express how you are feel feeling? https://t.co/5k7vxGTAdi

20/09/21

In Reception we have been reading the story ‘The Colour Monster goes to School’ and thinking about our feelings and emotions. We have been using different colours that represent our feelings,just like in the story. Look at our ‘Happy’ drawings. More to come later. https://t.co/vMyjqtpeJE

17/09/21

We're on our way back to the big city! https://t.co/C8xQaTgJwI

17/09/21

Beautiful flowers, picked and tied by the children in the walled garden at the farm. These will be taken to the local harbour town, Portclais, for residents to pick up as a 'random act of kindness'. Each bouquet has a handwritten message from the children. https://t.co/13WUhRAil2

17/09/21

A busy last morning around the farm - pupils have been taking responsibility for completing their farming tasks independently and working brilliantly together! https://t.co/EwtJqp3zeg

17/09/21

Somebody's made friends! https://t.co/xZfUFmhaFn

16/09/21

Hot chocolate around the campfire for our final evening on the farm. https://t.co/eqNs6oxRaP

16/09/21

Fun in the sun as we enjoyed a brilliant last afternoon on the beach together. https://t.co/JknyvDfgp2

16/09/21

Stunning scenery on our way to the beach for the afternoon. https://t.co/TAbMclbYd9

16/09/21

The Reception children have been exploring number this week and thinking about all the ways we can count! https://t.co/lzm9QQ5IOW

16/09/21

Ps. The red on the sheep is dye to identify the ewe that the ram has mated with - he is perfectly relaxed and happy in the picture!

16/09/21

An early start to our penultimate day on the farm. Pupils continue to impress with their growing knowledge of the animals and their new-found love of the Welsh language! Amseroedd da (good times)! https://t.co/fZcXvbYFR4

16/09/21

There are lots of different jobs on the farm - stocking the woodshed for the colder weather is just one. Despite the glorious weather this week, tonight's hot chocolate will be enjoyed in front on the fire. https://t.co/K5fZZbVHBg

15/09/21

We welcomed four brand new chicks to the world this morning and got busy feeding chickens, ducks and pigs! https://t.co/9RE4YZEf1l

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Year 5

All pupils are expected to be punctual in the morning in order to complete morning maths and maximise their learning each day.

As a year group we will be beginning by reading Way Home, alongside different class readers so that children are enjoying a range of texts. It is important that the children read for at least 20 minutes every day and that this is recorded in their reading journals. All children will be taking home a reading book of their choice and a key text from age appropriate texts. Their reading diaries will be checked on a weekly basis so please record these sessions. Every child will be moving along on the reading challenge and their recorded reading will help towards this.

Class Teachers will be regularly communicating with parents in the playground on behaviour as we believe, as a school, that the behaviour of pupils is key to a successful learning environment. We appreciate the effort and work completed at home – please come and speak to us if you have any questions or queries.